Ashton was at a bar and had a couple of drinks then decided to drive home. If he gets in an accident then he could contribute to the 28 alcohol-related traffic crashes, .8 people were killed in alcohol-related traffic crashes, or 18 people were injured in alcohol-related traffic crashes that happen per day.
Ashton is also almost 3.8 times more likely to result in a death related car crash than those not related with alcohol.
Knowing that Ashton has already broken the law by drinking then driving he will most likely be out on the roads again but on Labor day. This is the holiday that had the highest death rate due to alcohol use.
The total number of crashes of all age groups for males is 7,368. So if he were no never go to the bar, drink, then hop in his car then that number could be lower.
The vast majority of alcohol traffic deaths occur between 8:00 pm and 4:00 am. The day with the most alcohol traffic deaths are on Saturdays. So I would try to stay off of the roads at that time unless you want to meet Ashton...
Ok that's alright if you did not take my advice because now there is one less drunk driver driving on the roads. Great job on catching him! Now he can be fined up to $300, jailed up to 90 days or both. In addition, he will have a criminal record and lose your driving license for 90 days. But because he was caught driving under the influence, the consequences will be even more severe.
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